German Institute development Wifi 100 GB

18 Oct

According to Gizmodo , the German Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics ( IAF ) SuperWifiand the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology ( KIT ) have developed the world’s fastest Wifi , which exceeds 100 times the Google Fiber internet offering 1 Gbps ( gigabit 1 per second) but using fiber cables great for this.

According to the Institute it Wifi can transfer data at a rate of 100 GB per second without fiber optics, it is possible to transfer the entire contents of a Blu – ray , for example , in just two seconds , indicating a longer application.

Those responsible for the project also asserted that the speed of data transfer can be increased with the use of special optical and electrical techniques ( fiber optics and special cables ) , or with the use of multiple antennas for transmission and reception .

Gizmodo already has announced a super antenna using graphene .

The way things are going telephone signals in Brazil maybe this would be a solution


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